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LETTER: They had our backs, now it’s time for us to have theirs

SSAFA, the armed forces charity, is the oldest national military charity in the UK.

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Doctors waiting room.

LETTER: Removing ‘ghost’ patients will impact on health care

Media reports about NHS England’s plans to use a private company to remove patients who have not used their local GP practice in the last five years if they don’t reply to two letters is yet another example of how the government’s drive to save money could have a detrimental impact on patient care and safety.

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Houses of Parliament

LETTER: We want politicians who will fight for the UK

An open letter to the political elite in Westminster.

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LETTER: Homelessness looks set to increase

It costs taxpayers less to house the homeless than it does to leave them on the streets.

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LETTER: Cycle race brought many people to the town

LETTER: Cycle race brought many people to the town

Your correspondents (DT June 23) can’t understand the importance of events like the women’s cycle race to the town.

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LETTER: Only entrepreneurial spirit can save town now

LETTER: Only entrepreneurial spirit can save town now

I never shop in Chesterfield anymore as it is so dull, but I did when the Aviva ladies’ cycle race descended on us – fantastic.

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More than 5,000 people voted in our prediction poll. Were you one of them?

LETTER: Decision made and we must make best of it

I am writing as someone who voted for remain. It is no good calling for a second vote, that was our chance, and for all of us that wanted to remain we have to come to the conclusion we blew it.

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EU Referendum

LETTER: England will be a small and lonely island

Now that Black Friday has come and gone, we have to ask ourselves about our perceived destination and freedom from the malign influences of everything foreign.

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LETTER: Time to pull together and make it work

LETTER: Time to pull together and make it work

Well, the people have spoken. True democracy at work the arguments made and every vote counted. To everyone’s surprise the ordinary folk of Great Britain made the biggest decision this country has taken since the war, clearly they wanted to leave the EU.

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LETTER: No doubt there will be more disruption

LETTER: No doubt there will be more disruption

Further to my letter last week about the disruption caused by the cycling event, I fully expect a response from those who disagree with me and who believe disruption is a price worth paying for such events.

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LETTER: I would pay more for milk to protect cows

LETTER: I would pay more for milk to protect cows

There will be many of your readers, including myself, who like to watch Countryfile every Sunday evening on BBC One.
However, the April 3 viewing has left me feeling extremely angry and disconcerted.
The programme covered different areas of the farming industry and apparently, the milking beasts on the farm which viewers saw, are confined to the shed the whole year round.

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LETTER: What was so special about cycle race?

LETTER: What was so special about cycle race?

Just what is so special about a cycle race that justified the closure of major roads in Chesterfield on a Friday?

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NHS

LETTER: NHS is under the cosh

As doctors from all across the UK gather in Belfast this week for the BMA’s annual representative meeting, this will be a welcome opportunity to reflect on the pressures facing the NHS.

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EU Referendum.

LETTER: Quicker change will come if we remain in the EU

The EU has done a lot for the UK and its citizens over the 43 years that we have been members.

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EU

LETTER: We are the gullible mugs of the world

Mr West (Chad June 15) has a pretty odd view of the reasons for the two World Wars and the motives of those who fought them.

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The EU vote takes place on June 23

LETTER: No wonder EU voters are confused

Your correspondent David Fox (read his letter here) accuses others of misleading, and then, in my view, misleads.

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LETTER: EU ‘red tape’ has some benefits

LETTER: EU ‘red tape’ has some benefits

EU ‘red tape’ is designed to improve matters though some businesses may find it irksome.

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LETTER: Use your EU vote to make sure lives lost in war are not in vain

LETTER: Use your EU vote to make sure lives lost in war are not in vain

Hi, my name is Roy West and I am 63 years of age. I am born and bred in Mansfield and proud.

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LETTER: Saddened by the state of Chesterfield

LETTER: Saddened by the state of Chesterfield

I wish to pass on my comments after my experiences on Bank Holiday Monday.

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Opinion

LETTER: Events seem to cause more disruption

So once again we are to have disruption to the roads caused by an ‘event.’

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